Clark Fork River, MT - Fishing Map
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Our paper map folds to a convenient 3" x 6" size, perfect for your tackle box or pocket. Unfolded size is 12" x 15" in full color and easy to read. A perfect reference for use when out on the water.
This map covers 91 river miles of the Clark Fork River in Montana from Kohrs to St. Regis, and 85 more miles of South Fork Clark. Also includes 51 river miles of the Blackfoot River from Coughlin to Missoula. It contains all public fishing access areas, picnic grounds, public restrooms, campgrounds, boat put in locations, parking areas, Forest Service Public Land and BLM Public Land. Also included are insect hatch chart and float charts.
The Clark River has a vast variety in the river’s width, depth, and neighboring land characteristics throughout its long journey. The section south of Missoula flows through mountainous terrain. You will find forests growing on the sides and tops of mountains, as well as growing right on the river's edge.
Rainbow trout become plentiful in the section from River Junction to Clearwater Crossing. The terrain that will be found from River Junction to Clearwater Crossing varies from valleys to whitewater. This section does not see as much of the recreational pressure as other sections, thereby affording a better opportunity for the fly fishing angler to have some solitude from time to time.
The Blackfoot River has several access points. One popular section is from the River Junction Fishing Access Site to Sunset Hill Rd Bridge. The terrain varies from valleys to whitewater but this section does not see as much recreational pressure as other sections. An easy access point along this stretch is the Russell Gates Memorial Fishing Access Site.